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  1. On Native GroundTAKING a Stand Against TortureRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Actually, saying "pride goes before a fall" rings true to me, but we've always been aware of it and never really hit rock bottom.


  2. Girls beating boys in academics: Is it a guy thing or a failing system?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Pocono Record

    Standardized tests show that girls - whether elementary students or college freshman, here or around the world - know more than boys. Boys do only marginally better in science, but as hard-wired gender roles shift and educators increasingly pitch engineering to underrepresented women, girls are catching up in that last subject where boys dominate.


  3. Stellar Student Mark GrenaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sandy Springs Neighbor

    Pace Academy senior Mark Grenader's abundant talents go beyond school work. With an extensive academic schedule and afternoon sports activities, he said he does not like wasting time and relies on his planning skills.


  4. Margaret Mary McGheeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    She was born to John and Sarah Greene in June 1921, the first of six children, 5 girls and a long awaited son, John Gerald who was born 17 years later. John and Sarah were Irish immigrants to Glasgow.


  5. Inclusive growth vital for Asia-Pacific regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | China Daily

    A street vendor waits for customers as she sells chicken outside her makeshift shelter at a slum on the outskirts of Islamabad March 10, 2015. [Photo/Agencies] The level of global debate on sustainable development is reaching new heights as the United Nations gears up for member states to negotiate the post-2015 development agenda at a landmark summit to be convened by the UN General Assembly in September.


  6. Lion Catcher program uses soccer and studying to bring communities togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WISH-TV Indianapolis

    For families who live in low-income areas, there can be a lot of obstacles between their students and a good education. But in Washington Township there's a new approach to addressing those issues, and it didn't come from the school or the city, but from private citizens wanting to make a difference.


  7. Wiscasset's Seventh Grade Shares Lessons From the HolocaustRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lincoln County News

    Wiscasset Middle School seventh-graders made a presentation in remembrance of victims of the Holocaust at the school's spirit assembly Friday, May 15. The assembly marked the last time the seventh grade would present in the middle school gym. The lights went out in the Wiscasset Middle School gym Friday, May 15. In darkness, the seventh grade walked in holding handmade butterflies illuminated by a small electronic tea light.


  8. Camp Fire honors a Absolutely Incredible KidsaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Camp Fire Northwest Ohio honored seven youths for their positive contributions to the community at its annual On Behalf of Youth award luncheon program Thursday at Winebrenner Seminary.


  9. EACS considers drug testing studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Indiana's NewsCenter

    The East Allen County Schools board is considering a proposal to implement a dug testing program at its schools for students in grades 7-12. The program, if approved, would allow schools in the district to randomly drug test students who play school sports, take part in extracurricular activities and drive to school.


  10. Teacher stress absences on the riseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    The number of teachers in the West Midlands signed off work because of stress or depression has risen by nearly 300 in five years, according to information obtained by the BBC. A fifth of teacher and staff absences were due to stress.


  11. Sundress disqualifies student from honor society positionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    A Fort Myers High School student is stripped of her honors and it's all because she wore a sundress to deliver a speech. Sundress disqualifies student from honor society position A Fort Myers High School student is stripped of her honors and it's all because she wore a sundress to deliver a speech.


  12. Costly Team Sports Put 'Life Skills' Beyond Poor Kids' ReachRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    For many kids, youth sports is a time to learn things like teamwork, goal setting, time management-skills that often prove valuable off the field and in work settings later in life. But for kids who can't afford the fees associated with team sports or the equipment or the uniforms or the transportation to away games, these learning opportunities are few and far between.


  13. A generation lost to EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | United Methodist Church

    Strolling through the busy village of Kpetewoma, Idrissa Kamara is a magnet for children who want to know when schools will reopen. This affable principal of the Joseph and Carolyn Wagner United Methodist Secondary School chained and locked his classrooms last July when the government ordered all schools closed in an effort to slow the transmission of the deadly Ebola virus.


  14. Halton teachers start job action todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CFRB

    High school teachers in Ottawa and Halton Region are set to begin an administrative strike Thursday. They will partially withdraw services, which means teachers won't add comments to report cards or attend staff meetings or school board meetings, and will hold some picket lines over the lunch hour.


  15. So: Open letter to my motherRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Trinidad Guardian

    Let us hope that the family crisis facing Wesley So, the world's youngest chess grandmaster, is finally over. The 21-year-old Filipino star, eighth-ranked GM on the FIDE list, has had to weather a family storm that threatens to retard his journey to the top.


  16. Thursday, May 21, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CFRB

    LEAFS Mike Babcock is the new coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs , who won a pricey bidding war for the most sought-after free agent of the NHL off-season. Babcock had no shortage of suitors, from Detroit, where he coached for the past 10 years, to Buffalo and San Jose.


  17. Commencement and your tweenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    Why? Because " middle school isn't exactly a picnic." In some cases, kids may struggle with academics, but in many cases, it is the social aspect that is tough to handle, the bullying and the "pecking order."


  18. Education Briefs for Wednesday, May 20, 2015Read the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | Wise County Messenger Online

    BOYDNEDROW ACCEPTED INTO LEADERSHIP ACADEMY - Boyd High School Principal Scott Nedrow is one of 50 Texas principals selected for the Harvard Leadership Academy June 1-5.BRIDGEPORTHONORING COACH WORLOW - Bridgeport ISD will honor Coach Pam Worlow for her 33 years of service to the district at a "Pam Worlow Day" event at 2:45 p.m. Thursday, May 21, ... (more)


  19. 7 Fun Ways to Get Your Kids Out of Your Hair This SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 |

    Yay Clay! Philadelphia Throw on a smock and fire up the kiln! Yay Clay! is a ceramic art/pottery day camp program that offers a fun and creative outlet for kids and young teens ages 7 to 14. Professional instructors will teach campers the art of ceramics using real potter's tools, techniques and the potter's wheel. Yay Clay! offers 3-hour half-day sessions or 6-hour full-day sessions.


  20. Chorus shapes its future workforceRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Scoop

    Chorus is a company focused on ensuring that its future workforce has the right skills. It has teamed up with secondary schools to introduce students to the world of telecommunications and technology through its Schools Gateway Programme.